Below is the raw footage clips of the KZNRC takeken from the Durban sings oral history research project. The format follows the basic D/S questioniare interview i.e.: biography, family tree, memories about the area, significant events, future prospects and proverb/ song.we thank you everyone who agreed with us or tell us his oral history about his area.
Track 1: FRANCISCA NABULIZI. 24,SOMERSETDAVEN PORTGLENWOOD DURBAN 4001. She thought thatThe future of this Area can be great ,if keep taking care of our environment. No, proverb and she Song a song of love. (13:23).
Track 2: JABES MASANJA. 15,CEDARWOOD UMBILO DURBAN 4001. The museum that They have in their Area interest a lot of People to come to Visit it. And the Police because they Make everything Under control in Their area. He added Also, to build more Schools for education. No proverb. he song a Song about the coming Of Jesus in Portuguese. (10:03).
Track 3: FLORA KYALUNDAWA. 8,DOUGLAS LANE BEREA,DURBAN 4001. The xenophobia Attacks in last year She would like also To tell the police to Put hand to those People who smokes Drugs and make Trouble in their area. She gave one chapter in The Bible as a proverb: JOHN 5:3. And she sung a song of Worship God. (14:01).
However, the task was hard for us because, it was not easy to reach all the community of Refugee here in Kwazulu Natal, but we had done our best just to make our work or task to be done
The KwaZulu-Natal Refugee Council (KZNRC) is a non profit organization and umbrella body of refugee communities and organizations as well as self-help initiatives based in the KwaZulu-Natal province registered with the Department of Social Development. Reg. No.040-718-NPO
We are a community oriented organization as different refugee communities form our base with non discrimination regarding their race, religious and country of origin.
The main aim of the KZNRC is to promote a holistic integration in e-Thekwini Municipality and KZN, through provision of assistance in health care, welfare, education, employment, Skills Development and Trainings... and eradication of xenophobia.
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